Error with file PDF Viewer and Bubble file uploader

I noticed that the pluging PDF viewer can’rt view recent uploaded file to the database as it gives the following error:
PDF.js v2.0.943 (build: dc98bf76)
Message: file origin does not match viewer’s

I noticed also that the PDF viewer can still view old uploaded PDF files from the database, so i investigated the database more and noticed that the bult in file uploader on bubble has changed the storage location, the old files were stored on (https://s3.amazonaws.com/appforest_uf), while the new files are stored on (https://mydomainname.cdn.bubble.io/).
Can any one help me understand the cause of this problem and how to fix it? Thanks in advance.

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Having this very same issue, any help would be appreciated.

Hi! Same here, still not able to figure it out, any progress?

So as of now I decided to use solution from this tred:

The only thing now works

Hi,

I have developed this pdfviewer plugin.
Kindly update the pdf viewer version in your bubble app.

There is some important notes in the plugin description kindly check it.

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When the search link in the bank it comes like this " //mydomainname.cdn.bubble.io/" if you concatenate it with “https:” it will work.

Ex: “https://mydomainname.cdn.bubble.io/

link image after bank search:

Image of how I solved it:
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When the search link in the bank it comes like this " //mydomainname.cdn.bubble.io/" if you concatenate it with “https:” it will work.

Ex: “https://mydomainname.cdn.bubble.io/

link image after bank search:

Image of how I solved it:
image

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:dizzy_face: :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:
I spend 6 hours today looking for the solution. Thanks for your reply!

Looks like I should tell, that all was great before today and strait time we deploy to live - next day it happened…

Thank you for providing the solution, i update the plugin to the latest version and modified the dynamic link to start with https: as per your instructions and it is now working well, Thank you.

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